Nelson Mandela's health condition remains unchanged+++Bad business for traders in Cameroon+++A special song against HIV in Zimbabwe+++
Kurzwellenhörerin in Afrika
Africalink revisits some of the positive, inspiring and thought provoking stories from the continent aired over the past year. (24.12.2012)
UN Security Council gives green light for intervention force in Mali+++Renewed ethnic clashes in Kenya's Tana River Delta region leaves more than 30 dead+++Help for Zimbabwe's agricultural sector (21.12.2012)
UN Security Council debates an intervention force for Mali+++South Africa's ANC plans an Integrity Committee to root out corruption+++ UNMIL draw down process in Liberia continues (20.12.2012)
UN condemns attack in a South Sudan base which killed at least 58 displaced civilians+++Nigeria marks Easter holiday amid tight security+++African refugees in Berlin go on hunger strike to protest asylum policy
Nigeria's president convenes his Security Council to discuss rising insecurity+++Guinea-Bissau set for presidential election run-off on May 18+++Prosecution discredits expert witness for Pistorius defense team
Nigeria intensifies search for 100 abducted girls in restive northeast+++South Sudan's rebels order oil firms to leave after recapturing key oil town+++Africa loosing nearly $2 billion yearly on remittance fees
Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika has been re-elected for a fourth term. But the 77-year-old is seriously ill and barely able to communicate. Doubts over whether he is still able to lead his country are growing.
The trial of Kenyan President Kenyatta at the World Criminal Court is threatening to collapse due to lack of evidence. Survivors of the 2007 post-election violence fear they will be denied justice.
Seeking greater military involvement in Africa, the German navy is participating in the "Obangame Express" military exercise in the Gulf of Guinea. Training local soldiers in search vessels plays a big role.
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